Apple’s iPad mini might be the best selling iPad this quarter but one thing that most reviewers and users point out is its display resolution. Unlike most devices, the iPad mini does not have a Retina Display and for some that is the deal breaker for an otherwise killer product. That is set to change, if a Digitimes report is to be believed.
The main focus of the next generation iPad mini will be mostly on improving the resolution of the display according to the report. It remains to be confirmed if the device will use Apple’s Retina Display technology for improving resolution but market analysts believe that it will be on the lines of developing past Apple products like the iPhone and the iPad.
That will mean that if the iPad mini uses Apple’s Retina Display technology then it will have a resolution of 2058 x 1536 pixels at 326 ppi. The report also claims that the next-generation iPad will feature only one LED light bar from the current two light bars to shed weight off the new 9.7 inch device.